Presenter: Dr. Charles Michael Austin
The working world of the 21st century is a freelance marketplace. Whatever work you do, you need to be constantly marketing yourself - because corporate loyalty is essentially dead and because you'll have many careers during your lifetime.
In this webinar, Dr. Chaz Austin will share tips on how to navigate an increasingly fluid and often intimidating landscape so that you can develop a game plan to find work you want – now and for the rest of your career. He will discuss:
- Moving your job-seeking strategy into the 21st century
- The importance of passion
- The employer's perspective
- How communication is the key to your success
- Getting out of your own way
- And much more
Dr. Charles Michael Austin, Ed.D. (known as "Doctor Chaz") is a recognized authority in the field of Career Development and Career Training. He is the author of How To Find Work . . . And Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Life, and 101 Ways to Find Work . . . and Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Career! (published by Cengage PTR).
Dr. Chaz's mission is to train his clients how to market themselves in what has become a freelance world, where corporate loyalty is dead and everyone has to hustle for work - for as long as they continue to work.
Dr. Austin has presented papers on career training and development to: the National Association of Women MBAs, the Association for Business Communication, the National Council for Workforce Education, the Society of Educators and Scholars, the International College Teaching and Learning Conference, and the Global Conference on Education (where he was keynote speaker).
He has served as: Director of Career Development at Musicians Institute in Hollywood, Career Resource Specialist for Business Students and Alumni at Woodbury University in Burbank, MBA Career Development and Employer Relations Manager at Pepperdine University's Graduate School of Business and Management, and Director of Placement at Video Symphony in Burbank.
He holds a B.A. in Sociology from The City College of New York, an M.A. in Broadcast Communication Arts from San Francisco State University, and a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University.